50% Remaining FY20 Citation Revenue Goes to Student Emergency Fund
April 20, 2020
Effective immediately through Tuesday, June 30, 50% of all University of Idaho’s parking citation fee payment revenue will go to the Bruce & Kathy Pitman Emergency Fund. In light of the extraordinary circumstances brought about by the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), the Bruce & Kathy Pitman Emergency Fund provides financial assistance to U of I students who are experiencing emergency situations that impede academic progress and for those who cannot reasonably resolve their financial situation through other sources.
Vandals taking care of parking debt now will not only prevent potential delays in obtaining diplomas and/or transcripts, registering for classes and purchasing 2020-21 parking permits, they will also be helping U of I students financially impacted by COVID-19.
How it works:
- If your citation(s) is less than 15 days old and you have the citation number and your license plate number, pay online.
- If your citation(s) is older than 15 days, pay via VandalWeb or call student accounts at 208-885-7447.
- If you are unsure whether you have an outstanding parking citation, need assistance or have questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-885-6424 with your full name, Vandal number and license plate number.
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